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'''Chilocco Indian School''' was an agriculture|agricultural school for Native Americans in the United States|Native Americans located in north-central Oklahoma from 1884 to 1980. It was located approximately 20 miles north of Ponca City, Oklahoma and seven miles north of Newkirk, Oklahoma, near the Kansas border. The name "Chilocco" is apparently derived from a Muscogee language|Muscogee word meaning "big deer" or horse.Bright, William. ''Native American Placenames of the United States'' Norman: U of OK Press, 2004, p. 104
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Coordinates{{coord|36|59|6|N|97|3|45|W|region:US-OK_type:edu|display=inline,title}}
LocmapinOklahoma#USA
ArchitectBidwell, Edmund; Pauley, Hoyland & Smith
ArchitectureRomanesque, Colonial Revival, et al.
AddedSeptember 08, 2006
Area{{convert|288|acre}}
Governing bodyPrivate
Refnum06000792{{NRISref|2009a}}
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